Last weekend a buddy of mine turned me on to a few documentaries about Area 51, alien spacecraft, the Air Force and Navy pilots who've witnessed 'something crazy in the sky' and one man in particular; his name is Bob Lazar. I've always considered myself somewhat of a skeptic on anything, not just UFO's and aliens. But I try to be relatively open-minded about all things because hey, you never kno
Since there was a Facebook event posted to "storm Area 51", the internet has been crazy with ideas of what is hidden on the government compound. Now a beer company is offering free suds to aliens if they get out.
Wouldn't you love to know what secrets lie deep in the archive of the highly classified (and guarded) government files that supposedly exist at Area 51. Area 51 remains a mystery to most, but come September 20th, that may all change. Or not. If you believe what has been trending on Facebook, over 500,000 people have signed up to storm Area 51 and get to the bottom of it because 'They can't stop
Now that Navy pilots are discussing their encounters with unidentified flying objects, perhaps your third cousin's story about those weird lights he saw in the sky out in Cobleskill doesn't seem quite as far-fetched.
Sadly, it was announced yesterday that actor Bill Paxton had passed away at age 61 after complications from surgery. Of course, when I heard the news I was shocked but had to think about what Paxton had actually been in.
We're already convinced that aliens exist, so it's not like we need any further proof. But these clips of identical UFOs hovering in the sky over Brooklyn and San Francisco blew us away. All hail our alien overlords! (The videos are a bit NSFW, by the way, due to some UFO-inspired potty mouth.)